New Paper

Versatile Direct Laser Writing Lithography Technique for Surface Enhanced Infrared Spectroscopy Sensors

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New Paper

Integrated plasmonic circuitry on a vertical-cavity surface-emitting semiconductor laser platform

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London Plasmonics Forum

On the 9th June we hosted the London Plasmonics Forum at King's College London... Click for more details.

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New Paper

Ultrafast Optical Modulation of Second- and Third-Harmonic Generation from Cut-Disk-Based Metasurfaces

(Giovanni Sartorello, Nicolas Olivier, Jingjing Zhang, Weisheng Yue, David J. Gosztola, Gary P. Wiederrecht, Grégory Wurtz and Anatoly V. Zayats)

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New Paper

Giant photoluminescence enhancement in tungsten-diselenide–gold plasmonic hybrid structures

(Zhuo Wang, Zhaogang Dong, Yinghong Gu, Yung-Huang Chang, Lei Zhang, Lain-Jong Li, Weijie Zhao, Goki Eda, Wenjing Zhang, Gustavo Grinblat, Stefan A. Maier, Joel K.W. Yang, Cheng-Wei Qiu & Andrew T.S. Wee)

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Welcome to the home of the UK research programme on nanoplasmonics. This is a multidisciplinary collaborative project between King’s College London and Imperial College London. The research programme is funded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and is also supported by the following industry partners:

Argonne National Laboratory, BAE Systems, DIAMOND light source Ltd,JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, National Physical Laboratory,
Oclaro Technology UK, Seagate Technology, Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd, WITec, Xenics nv

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About Reactive Plasmonics

The term 'plasmonics' refers to the science and technology dealing with manipulation of electromagnetic signals by coherent coupling of photons to free electron oscillations at the interface between a conductor and a dielectric.

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Project Objectives

The overall goal of the Reactive Plasmonics research programme is to develop a new research field of plasmon-enhanced microscopic electronic phenomena.

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